It doesn't seem like the content for this March 21 Media Event is going to be any secret. Considering that Apple has a way of making a huge private yet public event of their new products, rumors are always stirring about the products before the announcement, so that the actual event feels like a formality when it happens. This is the latest news on how to watch Apple's March 21 Media Event online thanks to Live Streaming, as well as what to expect with new iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch Accessories, and possibly new MacBook Pro and MacBook Air 2016.
One of the products that is believed to be announced is a 4-inch iPhone with A9 processor and support for Apple Pay. Apparently, there are some iPhone users that don't like the trend of Apple's phones growing in size, and they aren't talking about the iPhone 6S Plus. The current flagships of the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus have a 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch screen, respectively. This smaller phone could be called the iPhone 5SE or possibly the iPhone 6C.
There are also rumors of a new iPad. Yes, there was just announced with the iPad Pro with its 12.9 screen, but like the iPhone, some want the Apple tablet smaller as well. This new iPad would have a 9.7 inch screen, quad-speaker array, Smart Connector, and A9X processor. As for the name, it could be called something like the iPad Pro 2, iPad Air 3, or iPad Pro Mini.
Also, one year after Apple announced their brand of the smartwatch, there is expected to be some new bands debuting for the Apple Watch. As for what they will be is anyone's guess at this point.
There is still some doubt on whether or not Apple is going to use the stage to unveil the new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro for 2016. This actually might not even be revealed at the March 21 event, but might have to wait until Apple's WorldWide Developer's Conference (WWDC) in June. All rumors point to Skylake processors for these new laptops, so count on that, whenever they get revealed.
For those that want to watch the Apple March 21 Media Event online or through livestream channels, Apple has made that option available. Apple Insider reports that invitations were sent out with the text of "let us loop you in". The keynote begins at 10 AM PDT and can be watched live here.
This event will be held at Apple's corporate headquarters at 1 Infinite Loop in Cupertino, California. It is possible that this presentation could be the last to be held at Apple's present headquarters, as Tim Cook has stated at last month's annual shareholders meeting that the 1,000 seat theater at Apple's upcoming Campus 2 might be open in time next year.